“These parents cryonically froze their toddler in the hope she might live again.”
This author has yet to write their bio.
Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud alcor contributed a whooping 53 entries.
“Inside Alcor: the valley based cryogenics facility.” They still confuse “cryogenics” and “cryonics.” Update: Article is now on the Wayback Machine.
Motherboard has posted this article about Alcor’s cryopreservation of a 2-year-old Thai girl: “The Girl Who Would Live Forever.” Update: Now on the Wayback Machine.
Motherboard has a fairly lengthy article about Alcor: “The Art of Not Dying.” Update: Now on Wayback Machine.
“Cryonics believers alive and well in Scottsdale.”
“Bitcoin’s Earliest Adopter Is Cryonically Freezing His Body to See the Future.”
“For $200,000, This Lab Will Swap Your Body’s Blood for Antifreeze.”
“Cryopreservation: ‘I freeze people to cheat death’.” Max More will have his brain frozen after he dies, and he’s not alone. Rose Eveleth asks him why he signed up – and how the strange procedure of cryopreserving bodies actually works.
“Exploring cryonics: could science offer new life after death?“ Update: Article on Wayback Machine.
“Inside The Immortality Business.” Welcome to Alcor, where death is merely a temporary setback.